This is a very easy project that lets you make adorably tiny bows perfectly each and every time! All you need is some ribbon and a fork! I am surprised it took me this long to try it, but once I had a reason to I jumped on Pinterest to find where I had pinned it and went to work! This was the only type of ribbon I had on hand, but any kind of thin ribbon would work!
I kept the red ribbon tail longer because I used it to secure the bows to the bags I was putting them on. You can cut all of the ribbon tails shorter if you plan to glue it to something or affix it a different way. Hope this helps fuel your creative tank!
I grew up owning a dog. Until I got married and moved away from home, I never knew what life was like without a dog in the house. Now I have fish. I miss owning a dog, but working at PetSmart means I am around dogs all the time.
Before we moved away a friend of mine showed me a tutorial for making dog neckties. I have wanted to try making them, but I didn't have the chance (or a dog to model them) until recently.
I found my opportunity when some friends at church asked me to watch their dogs while they were on vacation. They own a Great Pyrenees and a Great Pyrenees/Lab mix. A few days after they left, I went to Goodwill and purchased some neckties and got to work.